Contract notice: Diagnostic submicroscopic
gene chip to perform illumina iscan analyzer.
Among the Gobstopper's ingredients were submicroscopic
particles of titanium dioxide, a substance commonly added to plastics, paint, cosmetics and sunscreen.
Ghadially, as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Submicroscopic
Cytology, invited me to write a review on glycocalyceal bodies for this journal.
We would like to note that, in this article, we do not intend to analyze the theoretical basis of the "segmentation principle" or study how visual tools help enhance learning submicroscopic
processes, like enzymes under action.
However, the diagnostic tests currently in use are not sensitive enough to detect asymptomatic, submicroscopic
infections, which result in 20--50% of all malaria transmission episodes-and the technology that is sensitive enough to detect these cases is too expensive and difficult to implement in the developing world.
A prenatal missed diagnosed case of submicroscopic
chromosomal abnormalities by karyotyping: the clinical utility of array-based CGH in prenatal diagnostics.
Factors determining the occurrence of submicroscopic
malaria infections and their relevance for control.
structure of "stratum corneum" of snakes.
What causes fire damage to the "outside" --to any structures, from cell organelles all the way up to observable tissues--also wreaks havoc at submicroscopic
levels inside biological systems.
study of the affected cells showed that saffron achieved this effect by sharply reducing the levels of oxidant and inflammatory signaling that contributes to malignant cell growth and also by inducing apoptosis, which helped to stop tumors from growing.
NanoCeramicMoldGrease contains submicroscopic
ceramic particles, that have an affinity to steel, suspended in an over based calcium sulfonate thickener within a midviscosity petroleum based paste.
Between microscopic structural variation and SNPs, the mid-size variations are submicroscopic
variants, such as deletions, duplications and insertions, which are termed copy number variations (CNVs) (Scherer et al.